OBITUARY

Audrey Dolores Miller

June 6, 1931January 2, 2021

Audrey Delores Miller, passed away peacefully in her home the evening of January 2, 2021. After a gradual decline of health, she was surrounded and supported by her loving family during the final days of her life. Audrey was born June 6, 1931 in the vibrant city of New Orleans, Louisiana but has known Washington as home since 1944.

While growing up in Bremerton, Washington, Audrey met the love of her life Waymond J. Miller, whom she married March 21, 1951. They went on to have four beautiful children and a host of grand, great, and great-great grand children. Audrey is preceded in death by her spouse Waymond J Miller, their son Waymond J Miller III and daughter Stephanie Rae Miller and many other relatives.

The family would like to thank everyone for the continuous prayers and support through Audrey’s journey and especially during this time of loss and grief. Audrey Delores will be deeply missed but never forgotten.

All are welcome to sign the online guestbook below and add any messages or stories for the Miller family.

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Lori Miller

January 12, 2021

AUDREY......
AUTHENTIC
UNCONDITIONAL
DELIGHTFUL
RADIANT
EVERYTHING
YOUTHFUL.....
Mom all these words describe who you were
As Milan and I road the journey with you of your life for these past four years we learned so much more and cherish every moment there are so many memories and things that I can share but this would take up this whole page just wanted you to know I love you I miss you dearly but I do know you are at peace you never suffered an you never had pain an the biggest thing of all you are Happy..
Miss you😢

Clinton C. Randolph

January 10, 2021

Audrey Delores a awesome Christian woman: Nurse,Wife,Mother,Aunt,Grandmother who served God without question. Yes, through Divine intervention two people in their seventies, Audrey and Randy, became soulmates. A joyful loving union was in place for a number of years until death did us apart.
My soulmate is now in the personal care of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To God be the Glory.

Audrey forever in my heart!!
Love Randy

Sheila Lewis-Thomas

January 9, 2021

My Dearest Lori,

There are so many emotions that you go through when the reality of losing your loved ones are realized. Your heart is broken and only God can ease the pain. My God comfort you during the toughest days.

I love you so much 💜

Ann DeWitty

January 9, 2021

To the Miller family our deepest condolences.
Audrey was a family friend for many years
A warm and loving peron she will be missed.
Blessings
The DeWitty family

Wendy Kelly

January 8, 2021

Sister Miller was a kind and spirit filled lady always wearing a smile. I like to say to the family: “ What was once enjoyed and deeply loved, we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes a part of us.” I loved her too, She will be missed.

Yvonne King

January 8, 2021

To Renee and family, I am so honored to know such a beautiful family. I was always greeted by your mother with the biggest warmest smile that just radiated pure joy. No matter how you felt she always passed on comfort. I love you Renee and you have that same gift of warmth and joy upon greeting. You all have much to give because your Mom was your shining example.

Sincerely with you,
Yvonne Mays-King

Mattie McClay-Johnson

January 8, 2021

What a wonderful and loving person GOD, placed on this earth. She walked with grace, and was full of love and wisdom. She will be forever missed, but never forgotten.

Georgette Smith

January 8, 2021

This isn’t a memory but I believe in my heart that as you closed your eyes on this life you opened them to the other side, Sweet and uncle Waymond Butchie and Daddy ( your brother Lucian) and Stephie and so very many more family and friends were there to greet you with loving arms! Love you auntie Audrey

Tracie Mayer

January 8, 2021

Her gorgeous legs...when she came to Germany for the birth of my son Marc and everything–rightfully so–was so very foreign to her...the time Snooks and I had dishwashing/drying duty and had to wash and dry the dishes again because we knowingly didn't wash them till they were clean–Auntie Audrey saw...how very important it was for me to find a thimble from one of my trips abroad to gift her...her fine, delicate hands–hands that crocheted a yellow, blue and green and pink and white baby blanket for Marc and how that blanket was the only color in the drab waiting room of the cardiology clinic in Germany as I sat with Marc, she was with us..."Hi Baby," this how she greeted me–always...and I will always love her...

Metre Long-Wishom

January 8, 2021

RIP Auntie Audrey. You were a part of my childhood and those memories I hold dear. We will be together again. 🙏🏾❤

FROM THE FAMILY